A native of Greeley, Lee is a member of our litigation team. Lee’s practice focuses on business and real estate issues specifically probate and employment law.
Lee received his undergraduate degree and master’s degree from the University of Denver and his law degree from Vermont Law School, where he was a notes editor for the Vermont Law Review. Lee is admitted to practice in Colorado and the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado. Previously, Lee served as the President of the Weld County Bar Association and was instrumental in the celebration of the 100th Anniversary of our historic Weld County Courthouse.
Lee’s practice combines his knowledge of the northern Colorado community with the complex processes inherent with litigation to deliver results to his clients. His background in jury and bench trials, appeals, governmental regulatory enforcement, courthouse administration, and international business allow him to be a wealth of knowledge in serving the northern Colorado community.
- Beware of the Unintended Partnership, BizWest’s Thought Leaders column, December 2022.
- Non-Compete Agreements and Criminal Law: A New Intersection, BizWest’s Thought Leaders column, May 2022.
- Americans with Disabilities Act and Websites, BizWest Thought Leaders column, September 2021.